English: Student Council's Discretion
Synonyms: Seitokai no Ichizon: Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai Gijiroku, It's Student Council's Judgment
Oct 3, 2009 to Dec 19, 2009
24 min. per ep.
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisThe members of the student council of Hekiyou Gakuen are chosen by a popularity vote. As a result, all the members are cute girls except for Ken Sugisaki, who studied hard to enter the council. The story features the endless chattering of the members full of parodies of Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, Dragon Ball, Death Note, etc.
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Opening Theme"Treasure" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai
Ending Theme#01: "Mousou Fetish" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 1)
#02: "Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 2)
#03: "Mousou Fetish ~Shiina Shimai ver.~" by Togashi, Misuzu and Horinaka, Yuki (ep 3)
#04: "Mousou Fetish ~2 ban~" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 4)
#05: "Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A ~Ganbare Kurimu ver.~" by Honda, Mariko and Saitou, Yuka (ep 5)
#06: "Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A ~2 ban~ " by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 6)
#07: "Mousou Fetish ~Sasuga!! Chizuru ver.~" by Heikyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 7)
#08: "Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A ~Shiina sisters ver.~" by Togashi Misuzu and Horinaka Yuki (ep 8)
#09: "Yurupa☆Wonderful" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 9)
#10: "Yurupa☆Wonderful ~Kurimu & Chizuru ver.~ " by Honda Mariko and Saitou Yuka (ep 10)
#11: "Zettai Kaichou Sengen?" by Honda Mariko (ep 11)more
#12: "Yurupa☆Wonderful ~2 ban~" by Hekiyou Gakuen Seitokai (ep 12)
*Hekiou Academy Student Council Meeting Log*
“… I am Kaicho (president), I am KaichoO! By the way, does the president do anything?” – excerpt from episode 11’s ending theme.
What happens when four pretty girls and one handsome guy spend most of their school time everyday in a confined room? Naughty thoughts aside, if you were thinking “oh my god, not another harem” then you were right! Seitokai no Ichizon is NOT a harem, strictly speaking (though our male protagonist tries very hard to make it so). In reality the poor dude gets bully by his female mates more than he ever deserves. So who might this anime be good for? If you are looking for a parody that pokes fun at itself and the entire anime industry in general, then Seitokai no Ichizon will surely meet and most likely exceed your expectation! In fact not only does it do a good job with the too-frequent parodies, but with high quality animation, and impressive new ending themes every episode, Seitokai no Ichizon is a great anime for all ages.
The story of Seitokai no Ichizon centers around the everyday “adventure” of the student council in Hekiyou Gakuen high school. Its setting primarily consists of one place, the student council room, although exceptions do occur in the show from time to time. Now you must be wondering, what can a show that limits itself to one cramped room has to offer? Surprisingly the answer is, plenty. With plenty of jokes and plenty of parodies targeted at other recent well known anime, there is never one boring moment in the show for viewers to complain about. Even if the story itself does not attract the viewers enough due to its random episodic events, but by combining the story with the character interactions, nice consistent animation, superb voice acting, and addictive soundtracks and theme songs, Seitokai no Ichizon has some of the deadliest combination to make it stand on its own ground.
It was interesting for the characters to repeatedly admit that “nothing ever happens” in their show. And yet they never fail to entertain the viewers with what they can do to make the show appealing solely by chatting. In fact, it is hard to judge these characters in any normal anime standard because they are out of the ordinary. As the casts themselves have put it, “This is where we end after airing twelve episodes? … The main character is supposed to mature after a time (but) … nothing changed.”. They poke fun at their own lack of character growth, but in actuality most characters have had their fair share of developments through learning about each others’ past or family problems. The characters certainly made a positive impact to the overall success of Seitokai no Ichizon due to their unpredictability.
The animation is nothing but greatness. The characters are very nicely designed and even the one and only classroom is very detailed in design with a large variety of decorations and hidden rooms. Fluid scene to scene transition, consistent high quality animation, and a great choice of “scenery” also made Seitokai no Ichizon very attractive to the eyes. Additionally, comedic-like faces on the characters whenever a random chat start appearing also helps crack people up. The animation definitely is another strong point that makes up for the lack of story.
At first I was very skeptical with the seiyu in this show because all the main female leads are apparently voiced by rookies. Yes, they are ALL rookies. New to the anime industry, these female seiyu all tried exceptionally hard to make themselves stand out as a bright star. Unfortunately they were all excellent in voicing their roles so I could not say who seem to be the most talented (unlike in other shows where one can clearly tell some seiyu just don’t go well with the particular role at all). It is, however, quite clear that these voices bring life to the characters in the series and bring entertainment to the viewers.
Special honorary mention goes to the ending themes. Whether they are good or not, one must admit it was creative of the producers to make a unique ending song (same rhythm different lyrics) for each episode thus resulting in a total of TWELEVE ending themes. Even without the lyrics (and I strongly urge you not to miss them), the songs in itself is tremendously addictive. In fact, I could dance around my room all day with the song set on repeat in my computer. The opening, while less catchy, is still very pleasant to hear and once again it showed us the talents these new seiyu possess.
Seitokai no Ichizon is a wonderful addition to the anime industry and made itself stood out among the mist of millions of other similar anime largely due to its parody at poking fun at itself and everything anime-related. The jokes are never too old or too repetitive throughout the show and the references are relatively simple to grasp (provided you are semi-familiar with recent anime). Keep in mind the show is made in Japan and is intended for Japanese viewers who most likely have a more knowledgeable database of the anime series in Japan than we do. If you don’t seem to be able to spot a parody or two in an episode, chances are, you have already missed out on some of the jokes they are making fun of. In that case, you should reconsider whether to continue watching the series or not. Lastly I would recommend anyone who have trouble at school, whether it is your grade or having trouble making friends, to try playing love simulation games (ie. harem games)! read more
Bringing the otaku culture on it's back, Seitokai no Ichizon is one of those series that simply made to entertain us. The story tell us about the student council of the Hekiyou Gakuen, they are led by a Moe-type girl that often create a strange policy and do their strange job.
Actually, there is no real plot in this anime, Seitokai no Ichizon is an episodic series that stand alone between episodes. The anime filled with parody spit out all over the place. Now, a parody series can extremely failed if the audience didn't know what is being parodied. If you watched some of the popular anime that exist in this anime, then you can feel the hilarious moments that created by this anime. BUT, If you don't have any idea about those anime that has been parodied, then you might feel the flat moments and think this anime is boring and not funny at all.
There is little fineness that we can see in the animation. Almost all of the scenes occurred in one place with a typical style, the student council room. The character design was decent.
As for the sound settings, we have a well-produced sound but not really represents the symbol of this anime. It's not bad but still forgettable...
I repeat, Seitokai no Ichizon is an episodic series, while focusing on the enjoyment, the anime almost forgot the important element o a series. YES, it's the character development, a diminutive and forced development brings a cyclone to this anime. While failed in deep development, the anime successfully described the characters within, with their unique traits. This anime have a little amount of back stories, although it's not related with the story.
With all hilarious moments they have, the Hekiyou Student Council did fairly well in their journey to be a well-received series. In the end, it's not a bad anime but not the greatest that ever exist. It's just a stand alone parody theme anime that do their job, what job? Of course entertain us, the audience... read more
Allow me to share my opinion on Seitokai no Ichizon.
Student Council's Discretion (Seitokai no Ichizon) is a parody, comedy, harem anime based on the light novel by Aoi Sekina and Kira Inugami. The show was produced by Studio Deen and aired between October 2, 2009 and December 18, 2009. The anime has 12 episodes in total.
Seitokai no Ichizon doesn’t have a plot, as its episodes are standalone and the events of all episodes don’t add much to the next episodes. Every episode shows the council members chatting, instead of doing things a normal student council should do. Each episode is packed with plenty of jokes and parodies from other anime. The show doesn’t have enough characters’ development; yet, it does describe characters, which helps the viewer to form a better opinion on the anime’s cast.
Seitokai no Ichizon’s art style uses a mix of colors to make the show more appealing to the viewer. The show takes place mostly in the student council’s room, which is surprisingly doesn’t get boring at all. For the scenes that don’t take place in the student council room, they are beautiful to look at. The characters have all been well designed and are pleasing to look at. Overall, the show’s art style has a feel that nothing has been sloppily made, or rushed, which was, of course, a big plus of this show.
The music of the opening gives the viewer a nice feeling with its cute and soft vocals, whereas the ending songs leave the viewer with a laugh, as the lyrics make fun of the otaku culture and are just funny to listen to. Each ending song is different to give the viewer something new at the end of each episode, which I liked much. The background music has been well-made, because each music piece fits the mood of what the characters are talking about. To my big surprise, all voice actors did one hell of a job voicing their characters. They were new to the industry; yet, they managed their work.
The anime follows five members of the student council at Hekiyou Academy.
--Kurimu Sakurano, voiced by Mariko Honda (Yuuko Aioi from Nichijou and Mazinger Z from Robot Girls Z) - is a child-like president of the student council, who acts somewhat childish and loves sweets. At the beginning of nearly every episode she writes briefings on a white board.
--Chizura Akaba, voiced by Yuka Saitou (Mira from High School DxD and Ritsu Kisaragi from Kiniro no Corda: Blue♪Sky) - is a sadistic secretary, who loves Kurimu and is always trying to cuddle and abuse her.
--Minatsu Shiina, voiced by Misuzu Togashi (Origami Tobiichi from Date A Live and Yukiteru Amano from Mirai Nikki) - is a tomboyish vice-president, who loves shounen to a point that most of her suggestions are based on them.
--Mafuyu Shiina, voiced by Yuki Horinaka - is Minatsu’s little sister and the club’s treasurer. She is addicted to video games and loves BL novels.
--Ken Sugisaki, voiced by Takashi Kondou (Hibiki Laytis from Fairy Tail and Takumi Kaizu from _Summer) - is the valedictorian, or “blue chip” seat on the council because of being the highest scoring student. He loves to play eroge and bishoujo games. He dreams and plans to make the rest of the student council members his harem.
Seitokai no Ichizon is an anime that shows that a heavily detailed plot isn’t always needed to make an enjoyable anime. Its use of jokes and parodies really helps to carry the show. The anime’s cast made the show very amusing, and I found them quite likable. The message that is given to the viewer in Seitokai no Ichizon is friendship. It reminds the viewer what most high schoolers find important, being able to spend time on studying, talking, relying on others for support, and building bonds with people they like.
Seitokai no Ichizon has a nice charm to it with its comedy. The only problem of this show is that some of the show’s jokes rely on the viewer and that the viewer should have a good experience in anime, which may be difficult for one. While there are many anime better than Seitokai no Ichizon, it may still be enjoyable for one. I recommend this show to people who like comedy and simple stories without the need for a deeper plot. read more
Parody and comedy are a staple genre in the anime world and sometimes can be hit or miss. This is because to truly understand parody you have enough experience with the things that are being parodied. As a foreigner to Japan and the majority of its culture, a great deal of this goes over my head as it would a foreigner trying to understand some of the humor from my own country. All of that being said some things are universally funny in comedy and that brings us to Seitokai no Ichizon, an anime that forgets to deliver the most important element a comedy must have... humor.
There isn’t any real story in Ichizon. The episodes are loosely tied together for the most part and center on the exploits of a high school student council. While shows revolving around clubs and student councils are quite common, initially Ichizon appeared to be unique. However the freshness of the series quickly wanes as I found just getting through each new episode was somehow a test of my patience and sanity. I really wanted to like this series as well but as it went on and on I found it more torturous to watch.
Is Ichizon bad anime? Not really. It’s just incredibly boring anime. And that is the main problem it has. Let’s begin with the humor. The parody and comedy is way too forced and thus doesn’t have any flow to it. It’s almost as if the writers thought the more anime and culture references they could pile in the funnier people would think it was without any regard to whether or not the jokes were actually, well funny. Just because I can recognize that something is being lampooned or a joke is being told doesn’t mean it’s funny. Sure there were many things I did find amusing and a few that I actually did laugh out loud at, but for the most part Ichizon is humorless and clichéd.
The other main issue with the series as a whole is its claustrophobic setting. 90% of the series takes place in the student council room. Even when they do leave the confines of that room then they soon seal themselves up in yet another small room. Had the jokes and parody actually been funny, this might not have been such a problem but each episode is mostly just the five of them sitting around a table screaming, talking at the speed of light, or spouting whatever cliché or stereotype their personality type is based on.
The ending is also rather bizarre. While Ichizon by its own admission doesn’t take itself very seriously, the rather somber and serious nature of some of the last few episodes felt very much out of place. For something was all about randomness and silliness this was a strange course to take. It's a bit ironic that these episodes were actually the best ones in the series, which makes you wonder how much better it could have been as a whole if it had worked on developing the plot to lead up to them.
Among Ichizon's characters, only Sugisaki Ken stands out in any way. With most harem type shows the male lead is usually the dullest and most uninteresting character in the show. Not so in Ken's case as he manages to carry the series by himself. Pretty much the only times I really laughed was because of something he said or did. The various girls of the council all have their own quirks but they all miss the same thing, actual personality. Sure they were all adorable and cute to look at but each of them had two or three personality traits that were just used over and over making each of them less substantive than cotton candy.
Artistically I found the characters to be very pretty and the styles and costumes were appealing. However because the series is set in a rather dull and plain club room that means there is little in the way of backgrounds and that makes the show as a whole to seem more drab and uninteresting than it really should have been. So while I found the art and animation to be very good, its setting brings it down much as it did with the story.
What I did find refreshing was an almost totally fresh faced seiyuu cast. In a time when the same dozen or so actors are reused ad nauseum it is really nice to hear some new blood. That being said the performances really aren’t that strong and in the end sound just like what we are used to hearing already. The music is fluffy and cute and not all that interesting. Though some of the ending remixes were funny, particularly the one from episode 11.
Ichizon in the end is disposable anime. Its worth a few laughs and then meant to be throw away. I doubt that anyone in a couple of years will even remember this show even existed. Its a real shame since as I said before, I really wanted to like it. While I don’t think it’s really terrible and maybe overall not quite as bad as I rated it, it was so boring and unenjoyable that it was painful to complete. If you are fairly new to anime or haven’t seen more than a couple hundred shows you might find this to be pretty good. For the more experienced viewer though, Seitokai no Ichizon is likely to be a disappointment.
Both are about a Student Council with all girls save one boy, whom they are often giving a hard time.
Both revolve around a male student in the student council. The only difference is that in Ichizon, the male has dirty thoughts and with Yakuindomo, the girls have dirty thoughts.
The two anime's are rather similar to each other because they both deal with a funny Student Council , where all the members are girls except for one guy. And the comedy in it is mostly the student council talking about stuff.
one of the big differences in this is that in Ichizon they show more ecchi scenes whereas in Yakuindomo they talk about ecchi stuff .
i enjoyed both of them allot and i think that if you liked Ichizon you'll probbly like Yakuindomo
A Student Council with all girls and one guy, but the only difference is that in Sitokai no Ichizon, the guy actually wants a harem while in Seitokai Yakuindomo, the guy tries to avoid being in a "harem"
Anime in which most of the events occur in the Student Council's room. In both the Council is represented by a group of girls and only one boy.
Both about the student council. In No Ichizon the guy is always thinking of perverted things but, in Yakuindomo it's all the girls that think of the perverted stuff
Both series are about Student council with one guy and girls
The plot is similar with joke and some parodies, perhaps some dumbness of the student council's president as well
Both focus on a Student Council for a school. Both have 1 boy in the Student Council who are both the vice president
Pervy Student Councils are fun. Oh so very fun. Main difference is where the "perv" is in each seires. Seitokai no Ichizon has a pervy male, Seitokai Yakuindomo has pervy females. Did I mention they both have lolis? Both situations, the male suffers |D
Both have stories set in the school counsel, with 1 guy and many girls, many anime parodies, sex talk (the male in Ichizon, all the girls in Yakuindomo). Ichizon has fewer ero jokes and slightly more plot, but otherwise the two are very similar
Both anime are comedies involving student council, but are not purely about what the group does. Both anime are joke based. 'Seitokai no Ichizon' being a parody style anime with jokes about harems, while 'Seitokai Yakuindomo' is a comic-strip style anime with jokes that are explicit and sexual in nature.
Essentially the same series with the gender of the boke/tsukkomi routine reversed. Both series premises are held in the student council and both are light-hearted comedic series.
Student Councils, both involves a guy surrounded by beautiful girls etc. :)
Both of them take setting in student council, with only one male student and some girl students. While Yakuindomo focus on dirty jokes and slapstick, Ichizon got some nice parodies and a little romance in it.
not exactly same, since Seitokai no Ichizon contains harem portion, but if you want to watch jokes...
Main male characters in both series are the sole male member in their respective student council. Though surrounded by high-spec girls, both characters have to deal with the teasing and problems in their student council life.
Tone down the perverse nature a tad
Have the male protagonist being perverted
Add more girls
and you have Seitokai no Ichizon.
If my brief description was not enough to convince you, at least watch an episode or two so you can decide for yourself.
Both are sitcoms featuring a boy in an all-girl student council with no particular plot and random jokes
Well it has the same similar settings as the main character. It has the same overall feel and atmosphere of the animes. Both animes are really funny and easy to get into.
Seitokai no Ichizon seems to have a more parody like comedy with well re-used jokes. There is a lot more moe in this anime as well.
Seitokai Yakuindomo has more comedy based on mature "things" but its still nonetheless friggen hilarious.
Both have LOL moments. In both, the male protagonist was part of the Student Body Council for different reasons. And the female cast for both love to mess around and make jokes. In a way, the Student Body Council sometimes takes there work seriously and the other times, have fun like the teenagers they are. Seitokai no Ichizon has more drama, and Seitokai Yakuindomo has more comedy with mature jokes XD
Taking place in the school grounds, it follows the daily lives of the high school students in a student council room, hence the name Seitokai meaning "Student Council." Their meetings are somewhat enhancing their school with improvements, and structuring themselves to make it more appealing. One unique segment about the shows is the main male character where romance make things interesting or a comic relief character.
Seitokai no Ichizon, is basically a parody show, somewhat moe characters, and a perverted main character. Seitokai Yakuindomo, features tall teenagers, enhancing school content, and perverted jokes, with the normal male character.
BOth are comedies about student council consisting of females and only one male. Both are comedies with dirty jokes, but Seitokai no Ichizon has also reference jokes.
These two Anime have quite a bit in common from the beginning, as both of the male leads of both the Anime are both in the student council and are the only males in the student council. However there is a slight difference of humour being flipped to the male lead of Seitokai no Ichizon, whilst the girls maintain the humour in Seitokai Yakuindomo. Both have a strong sense of comedy and is one view for people who enjoyed Seitokai Yakuindomo
- Centered around the student council
- One male lead who sometimes acts humorously and other times seriously
- Male lead is at the mercy of the other female members
- Witty in their own unique way
Being a parody show, seitokai no ichizon is made with the full awareness of lucky star. The first episodes steals a few screens from lucky star as the show is fully expecting the viewers to cross over. To not have seen LS is to miss the very language of the show and its references.
Both are parody and reference anime. The club thing isn't there, but its moe and loli all the same.
Seitokai no Ichizon are much inspired on lucky star. Both have a group of 4 main girls (In Seitokai no Ichizon plus a male in group), much anime parodies, mainly for suzumiya haruhi. School life and slice of life themes also.
Also, Seitokai no Ichizon parody lucky star.
Seitokai no Ichizon has the same silly humor and a load of parodies (that aren't censored out :D) If you're looking for a nice, new, light-hearted anime, this is for you ^_^
Both animes are pretty much plotless
Both have a lot of female characters
Both have tons of moe
Both have a lot of parodies of other animes
Both have some really funny moments :3
These anime are both really random and they both have a lot references.
These two shows are very similar in the make tons of references and give great laughs for all true Otakus.
Seitokai no Ichizon have a lot of parodies of others animes, as Lucky Star. The two animes are very funny ^^
Both with lots of anime references, with many from Suzumiya Haruhi. The characters for both shows fall into the moe genre. Both are very light-hearted and funny shows with little to no plot advancements.
Ichizon also had a direct reference to LS.
Both of these animes feature a group of cute girls, their main focus is humor, and use various references.
A bunch of girls making liberal use of meta-humor and making references to other anime.
Cute girls that do absolutely nothing within the span of the anime's showing. Each girl in both series feature some sort of archetype, and they all reference various anime from various places. (They reference Haruhi a lot for some reason). A fun way to kill time if you want something not so serious.
The cast in both series consist of a club with mainly female members and one male member. This male member gets teased a lot by these female members. GJ-bu's humor is even more innocent and cute than that of Seitokai no Ichizon, however.
Both have the same setting of a group of friends with 1 boy and 4 girls talking and doing stupid things in their group. The group in GJ-bu is an unknown club while in Seitokai no Ichizon it's the student council. The male character is usually being bullied by the girls, leading to hilarious consequences. Seitokai no Ichizon has fast paced humor, making you unable to breath for a few seconds, while GJ-bu is a little slower.
The male characters differ greatly in personality. Kyouya (GJ-bu) is just a normal boy while Ken (SnI) is a super pervert trying to create a harem.
The girls have more character similarities:
Mao (GJ-bu) and Kurimu (SnI) are both child-like leaders of the respective groups
Shion (GJ-bu) and Chizuru (SnI) both have the onee-san feel to them and tend to tease the male character
Megumi (GJ-bu) and Mafuyu (SnI) are the "angels" of their respective groups
Kirara (GJ-bu) and Minatsu (SnI) are both quite strong physically.
Random, but comedic activities in a clubroom between four girls and one guy.
1 guy and 4 girls in a club that does nothing
both also have sisters that don't look alike, loli president, and a dark haired mature girl
In both series, there is a large amount of comedy featuring the main characters and what they do every day. They are unified as a club at school with a president and its members.
Both series' main male protagonists have similar personalities and are often oblivious to certain facts.
There is a slice of life atmosphere as neither series has a direct linear story/plot.
Both series in general have a similar feeling/atmosphere.
4 Females, 1 guy. Sitting in 1 room where the guy constantly gets made fun off or teased. Gags and jokes involved as well just no references to other animes
Two amazing harem club anime, enhanced by clever jokes, reinforced by likeable characters, distinguished by the beauty of friendship.
Both are about club activities with 1 guy and multiple girls.
One would think that slice of life at school would get boring, but both of these shows take what is the mundane and make it interesting.
Anime in which most things happen in a club room. Both are comedies with a group of girls and one boy.
The two are very similar in terms of comedy. Parodies galore and plenty of boke-tsukkomi dynamic.
The characters roles are swapped, however.
Ken actively makes an effort to make the girls part of his harem, even announcing it to them. He puts up with a lot of work so they can have fun, for the sake of cute girls being cute and happy. He acts as the boke to the girls' tsukkomi.
Kodaka would rather avoid them as they're always causing him trouble, though he can't help but put up with them. He puts up with their attitudes so they can have fun for the sake of "friendship". He acts as the tsukkomi to the girls' boke.
School club, comedy, romance, one man with a lot of girls (in a harem way), friendship and blonde game otaku females.
both are simular on how the main character is some how related to them as a friend and how they became part in the club.
Both Anime have similar styles and surround a school group that contains a harem. The characters also have similar personalities to each other.
First, the most obvious, the art. Same artist.
Then I just watched the first episode and like Seitokai no Ichizon, they didn't do anything but to mess around in their club room.
similar comedy, lots of random parodies, same animation, weird plot twists at the end that suddenly make it a serious show, and 2 Seitokai no Ichizon characters show up at the last episode as cameos
This anime is quite funny
both have refferences to another anime
Has some ecchi moments
•both have the same character art style
•both animes are of the school/comedy/parody genre
•both anime are focused on a group of students in a club
•both are a harem where the boy is situated in nonsensical moments
•both have references to many other animes that make the anime more interesting
•they are really similar in the comedic/character design way, if you enjoyed one you would enjoy the other.
Being the famous anime that Haruhi is, there's no harm in watching Haruhi before jumping into Seitokai no Ichizon, which is filled with otaku jokes and parodies. There are Haruhi references too.
both have group clubs.
Seitokai no Ichizon and Haruhi are really funny :)
This really just had the same feel as Haruhi but more on parodies and comedy. I actually think Seitokai was better especially the last episode but overall their both good
Seitokai no Ichizon's characters are similar in comparison to Haruhi Suzumiya's
Also, both plots focuses on five main characters involved in their own activities
If you are a mikuru fan, u will love Seitokai's mafuyu
Both comedys with a slight side of ecchi, Seitokai No Ichizon has a couple similarities, like a bossy character (Kaichi and Haruhi) and a nervous and quiet one (Mafuyu and Mikuru). Notice the slightly similar names. Seitokai even makes several Haruhi references, so it's one to check out.
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